ADsPath

Gets the LDAP path to the Active Directory user object.

Syntax

string ADsPath {get;}

Property value

The LDAP path to the Active Directory user object.

Discussion

The basic format for the LDAP path is:

LDAP://[<domain>/]<attr>=<name>…,dc=<domain part>…

For example, if the user object is john.doe in the organizational unit consultants and the domain is centrify.com, the LDAP path to the object looks like this:

LDAP://cn=john.doe,ou=consultants,dc=centrify,dc=com

Example

The following code sample illustrates using ADsPath in a script:

...
'Get the zone object
Set objZone = cims.GetZone("ajax.org/UNIX/Zones/pilot")
'Get the Active Directory user object
set objUser = cims.GetUser("ajax.org/Users/pat.hu")
'Get the UNIX profile for the user
profile = objUser.UnixProfiles
'Display the LDAP path for the user
wScript.Echo “LDAP Path: “ & profile.ADsPath
...